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Movement of prehistoric man found at Rudramakota village
Commissioner of Department of Archeology and Museums Dr G Vani Mohan paid a visit to Rudramakota village in Velairpadu mandal in West Godavari district on Wednesday where the remains of centuries-old archaeological importance were found.
Eluru: Commissioner of Department of Archeology and Museums Dr G Vani Mohan paid a visit to Rudramakota village in Velairpadu mandal in West Godavari district on Wednesday where the remains of centuries-old archaeological importance were found.
Speaking on the occasion, the Commissioner said that they found the movement of prehistoric man in this area. The primitive tribes had set up habitations 3,000 years ago near Rudramakota in Velairpadu mandal. She said that the archeology department would protect the excavations.
The primitive tribes had resided here and those remains and equipment are being excavated from this area. She was accompanied by Nagarjuna University students, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Thailand, Manipur, Meghalaya, Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat and Maharashtra archaeology department delegates.
All these archaeologists took part in a seminar conducted on March 12, 13 and 14, she informed. These delegates examined the graves at Rudramakota and during their excavation, initially, they assumed that Sindhu civilization had flourished in this area, however, they came to conclusion that it was Rudramakota civilization. The seed of modern living was planted in the primitive age, she opined. The megalithic culture remained here that changed the primitive tribes’ life style.